The Magician’s Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia Book 6) Free Download

The Magician’s Nephew PDF, Epub and Kindle download links are available on this page. It was the book number six of the most popular children’s work, The Chronicles of Narnia. The name of the author is C. S. Lewis, who presented this work in 1950 to 1956.

The Magician’s Nephew, The Chronicles of Narnia 6, Book description

The Magicians Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia Book 6) Free Download

The publisher Bodley Head published this volume on May 2, 1955. The recent publishers have rearranged the sequence of the series and placed this volume at number one. This volume is a prequel to the whole series. The middle third of the book describes how Aslan the lion created this Narnia land.

The frame story of The Magician’s Nephew features 2 kids and is set in England. This book displays our middle-age world and Narnia to be the 2 worlds of many in a multiverse, that replace. In addition, it also describes the source of the external elements in Narnia like the human queen and king and the White Witch.

Lewis took five years to finish writing this book. He included various autobiographical elements and several themes of morality in it. Furthermore, he also wrote it in a lighter tone and continually made use of humor. You will see a lot of humorous remarks about life in the old days and especially about the school life. Even you will also find amusing exchanges between Narnian animals. In short, this is the book which can make you smile on a bad day.

We also recommend reading the following books in this series:

The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe    Prince Caspian The Return to Narnia   The Voyage of The Dawn Treader    The Silver Chair     The Horse and his Boy

The Chronicles of Narnia book 6, The Magician’s Nephew PDF and other links

The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia Book 6) Free Download

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